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Northern Ireland unveil new home kit ahead of Netherlands game

The new shirt will be debuted by Northern Ireland's Women team against Wales on Tuesday evening.

Northern Ireland's Connor McLaughlin, Niall McGinn and Jonny Evans modelling the new home jersey at Windsor Park (Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker Press)
Northern Ireland's Connor McLaughlin, Niall McGinn and Jonny Evans modelling the new home jersey at Windsor Park (Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker Press)
Six-year-old Megan Lewis and Northern Ireland legend Gerry Armstrong launch the new kit at Windsor Park on Tuesday (Jonathan Porter/PressEye)
The new Northern Ireland home kit (Jonathan Porter/PressEye)
Six-year-old Megan Lewis pictured with the new Northern Ireland kit at Tuesday's launch at Windsor Park (Jonathan Porter/PressEye)
Brian White and Alan McAleer at the launch of the new Northern Ireland kit at Windsor Park (Jonathan Porter/PressEye)
Colin Porter and Kris Allsop at the launch of the new Northern Ireland kit at Windsor Park (Jonathan Porter/PressEye)

Northern Ireland have unveiled their new home kit, which will be worn by the team against the Netherlands on Saturday.

The new kit is the traditional green, however it has diagonal slashes of darker green, with three white stripes on the sleeves and a white collar.

The shirt will get its debut tonight at Seaview when the Northern Ireland Women's team take on Wales at Seaview in their Euro 2021 qualifier.

It was launched at Windsor Park on Tuesday afternoon under the tag line "New Kit, Same Passion" and will likely be worn in next week's European qualifier against Germany as well.

Some lucky fans got the chance to see the kit up close and personal at the launch alongside Northern Ireland legend Gerry Armstrong.

The kit will be available online from JD Sports and at Windsor Park until 5pm, with general sale beginning tomorrow.

Check out the launch video of the new kit below and click on the main image for all the best shots of today's launch event!

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